Legia Warsaw Signed Mihail Aleksandrov
Aleksandrov was born on 11 June, 1989 in Sofia - the capital of Bulgaria. He started his career in CSKA, but quickly moved to Dortmund, where from 2007 until 2010 he played for U-19 and reserve teams of Borussia. After returning to his fatherland, the winger signed for Akademik Sofia where he played for four months. On 1 January 2011 he became a player of Ludogorets Razgrad - the new-born Bulgarian football power.
With Ludogorets, Aleksandrov won four Bulgarian championship titles, two national cups and two Supercups. He was a key player for Ludogorets, when the side won the historical promotion to the Champions League group stage in 2014. The new Legia signing had a chance then to play against the European giants, such as Real Madrid, Liverpool FC and FC Basel.
Aleksandrov is also an international player, making 11 appearances for Bulgarian national team, and scoring one goal - in October, in a Euro 2016 qualifier against Azerbaijan.
Mihail Aleksandrov signed for Legia Warsaw from Ludogorets Razgrad on a 18-month deal! pic.twitter.com/Sh0JoEyx5A— Legia Warsaw (@LegiaWarsawEN) February 29, 2016